Your relationship has ended. Your man left and now you don't know where to begin trying to get him back. Men aren't going to be very impressed by what you say to try to get them back. You need to learn what to do to get him back instead.
You've probably heard many times in your life that action speaks louder than words. It's true. Women are more inclined to be wooed by words. This isn't the case with most men. Most men are men of action and if you want to put things in a language they'll understand you're going to have to show them you mean business rather than telling them you mean business.
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He doesn't want to give you a second chance until you show him that
your serious about changing. What were the big problems in your relationship?
Was it money? Money is the number one cause for divorce and marital arguments in the United States. This is not a rare argument and you are certainly not unique as a couple if you're fighting over money. If you want to know what to do to get him back this is a perfect opportunity. Manage your money problems. Get credit counseling. Take classes in money management. Get a second job to pay down your debt. These are all respectable actions that he can see you doing to make things right.
Was it organization? This spills over into many things. Among those things are: being late, messy house, scheduling conflicts, and general chaos. I'm sure you get the picture. For an organized mind (most men have highly organized minds) this can be an excruciating environment to live in. You may thrive in the chaos but if it's killing your relationship it's time to get help. You can hire professional organizers to come into your home and give you an organization makeover. You can listen to self help or subliminal recordings, or you can read books on the subject and use them to help you get your life and home organized and under control.
As you can see there are different options for different problems but if you're wondering what to do to get him back you should find that taking action to solve the problem causing pain in your relationship is a great place to begin.